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Ken Mogi

Senior Researcher, Sony Computer Science Labs (Japan)

Ken Mogi is a Senior Researcher at Sony Computer Science Labs. 

Ken Mogi graduated from University of Tokyo, with a degree in Physics and Law. Then he studied biophysics at the graduate school of University of Tokyo, obtaining his Ph.D. in 1992. After doing research in Riken and University of Cambridge, he is now a senior researcher at Sony Computer Science Laboratories in Tokyo.

Mogi is also a visiting associate professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology, and lectures “The Brain and the Art” weekly course at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. He has published many books in Japanese, including Qualia and the Brain, and Brain and Imagination. He is the “conceptor” of the Qualia movement in Sony Corporation.

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Creativity and the Brain

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